Curated by Laura Jane Kenny and Erin Fosbenner, ongoing.
Founder Laura Jane Kenny and art director Erin Fosbenner created a website/social media initiative called the Body Pos Project. The goal of this project is to highlight women/feminine identifying people who are doing something unique in the way they operate/promote/engaged with body positivity. Check out the project here. Website mockup created by Gin Lane. Website design by Gordon Sexton.
Curated by Laura Jane Kenny, May 2015.
She Was Asking For It is an exhibition that considered how women who’ve experienced sexual assault display their identity through clothing. On display were outfits from the closets of six New York City survivors. Viewers can observe the diversity of each survivor’s approach to sharing their identity and personal style while eschewing vulnerability. This exhibition directs the attention of the viewer to think of life after assault, about each day, when these women wake up and decide what to wear. This exhibition was on view at Judson Memorial Church in downtown New York City. Graphic design by Erin Fosbenner.
Curated by Emily Spivack, Curatorial Assistant Laura Jane Kenny, Summer 2013.
Laura Jane Kenny was the curation assistant for Emily Spivack’s Internet-based project "Sentimental Value." The exhibition was on view at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, with 23 garments and their original eBay descriptions.
Curatorial fellow, Laura Jane Kenny.
Laura Jane Kenny was a curatorial fellow at Parsons The New School for Design and worked with Maria Blaisse on her show "Moving Meshes." The exhibition featured five delicate bamboo pieces which explored movement found in natural materials. It was on display at the Domaine de Boisbuchets in Lessac, France.